For the past few weeks, Senate Republicans have been very quietly laying the groundwork for the repeal of the Affordable Care Act and the passage of some version of the AHCA, a health care bill that has been roundly rejected by the American people in...
The HIV community reacted swiftly, warning that people living with HIV face distinct risks of life-threatening loss of health care if the AHCA is ultimately signed into law.
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"Our voice is a powerful, booming weapon that has the capacity to both inspire and strike fear in the hearts of the lawmakers on Capitol Hill."
This week brought the emergence of a new version of the American Health Care Act -- and the HIV community was ready. Here is a compilation of initial analyses and responses from leading organizations and community members.
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Millions of Americans depend on Medicaid to get the care they need. For them, the fight may only just be getting underway.
The Affordable Care Act might be safe for now, but Planned Parenthood isn't -- nor are the extensive HIV prevention and testing services it provides in areas that sorely need them.
"I will die if I don't have access to my medication and treatment, and it's not pretty," Tami Haught says. "I've seen it. It's not an easy death."
It appears to spare Ryan White and Global AIDS, but it could take hard swipes at HIV research and prevention -- and Obamacare, Medicare and Medicaid remain on the chopping block.